Executive Education Certification Program
Summer 2022 | Live Virtual Program
Private Sector Professionals: $2,850 | Government Agencies & Non-Profit Entities: $2,450
Application Deadline: TBD
Compliance is becoming more and more important every day. More industries are regulated, enforcement is becoming more aggressive, regulations are becoming more numerous and complex. As a result, organizations in every sector are seeing the need to develop standards, change workflows, invest in technology and most fundamentally change their culture and structure to ensure that risks are identified and managed responsibly.
The best run organizations should have the best run compliance programs – ones that are holistic, that build a culture of compliance, that draw on a properly developed governance structure, and that enable overall improved management and effectiveness that goes far beyond the simple do’s and don’ts on paper. Because compliance touches all aspects of all organizations, it can and should be leveraged to both protect the organization and to advance strategic goals.
During this five-day virtual course, we examine the meaning and import of compliance and how to make the modern compliance program more effective to minimize risk and maximize advantage. We review how and why organization leadership can promote a culture of compliance and increase visibility, accountability, and efficiency in all corners of small to large and complex organizations. Participants will increase their understanding of the discipline of compliance with a strong emphasis on practical components to strengthen controls in any environment.
Questions about the program, application process, and admissions can be directed to Compliance@law.upenn.edu.
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